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    dots Submission Name: The Little Book Of Ultimate Destinydots

    Author: Glen Bowman
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    Class/Type: Poetry/Religious
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       This post and the three following are seriously religious and have profound theological significance and I can only excuse that by protesting that God must have been wanting to read some satire or else She wouldn't have created these humans don't you reckon?

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    dotsThe Little Book Of Ultimate Destinydots

    The Prophet:

    The dead on the lands shall match the stars in number and only grass and trees bury their bones, for one family is living where a million lived before and it shall be seven thousand years again until seven billion shall die in seven years and the cities descend once more beneath the seven seas ! Yea verily and stuff like that !

    The Priest:

    Well that's probably true but I must object that you tend to put an irritatingly negative spin on it.

    The Prophet:

    Aagh! Gah! Eeeoogh!

    The Priest:

    Now that's hardly rational is it ?

    The End.

    Submitted on 2014-06-10 20:43:37     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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      Glad to see you are still alive and writing. But what is this that you are writing.
    As a devout, yea evangelical, almost messianic atheist myself I must naturally take a little offence at your religious content. I have always felt that both religion and philosophy (and politics) are sorry subjects for poetry. Why call it a poem? Why not offer it up as a sermon, then we are not in the least tempted to read it?
    THe main reason that religion is unsuitable for poetry is a linguistic one. When we write about god we tend to use long latinate ( and hence unpoetical words) whereas when we write about dog we tend to use short Germanic and much more poetic vocabulary.
    However that would be a challenge to write a religious poem in Anglo-saxon English. Shouldn't be too difficult with a lot of smiting and wrath and yea verilys.

    | Posted on 2014-07-02 00:00:00 | by hanuman | [ Reply to This ]
    LMAO. Language Mediations And Operativ(nuanc)e.
    I feel rosetta stoned and droned out between the scream and shout of supporting causes when causation supports itself, but i am a scientist.
    I'm out.
    | Posted on 2014-06-12 00:00:00 | by cornonthekob | [ Reply to This ]

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